Category Archives: SINHG

SINHG Tours Magnolia Cemetery

Nineteen Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) members made a nighttime visit to Charleston’s historic Magnolia Cemetery late this month as part of SINHG’s series of fall trips for members. Curated by Bull Dog Tours, members learned of the cemetery’s … Continue reading

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SINHG Virtual Evening Program: The Charleston Renaissance November 12

SINHG will offer a virtual Evening Program on Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 7:30 pm. This program will explore the remarkable cultural flowering of the early 20th century known as “The Charleston Renaissance”, presented by Harlan Greene, The College of … Continue reading

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SINHG Virtual Evening Program – Snakes!

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) offers a virtual Evening Program on Thursday evening, October 8, 2020 at 7:30 pm with Dr. Carlos Estol, a nationally renowned herpetologist and Seabrook Islander.  Dr. Estol’s webinar presentation will explore the varieties … Continue reading

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SINHG Plans Member Trips For The Fall

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) has released an autumn schedule of signature SINHG Trips for members, beginning in September and continuing through early December. Trips for the spring were cancelled due to COVID-19, but in hopes that the … Continue reading

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SINHG Highlights College of the Building Arts

Charleston’s nationally-recognized American College of the Building Arts will take the spotlight on March 12, 2020, at 7:30 pm as the Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) presents Leigh Handal, the college’s Director of Institutional Development, for the next program … Continue reading

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SINHG Annual Soup Supper – February 23

A sure sign of the approaching spring season is SINHG’s annual Soup Supper, this year on Sunday, February 23 at The Island House. You don’t need to be a SINHG member to chase away the winter chills with warm home-made … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program-Battle For Charleston Harbor

February’s SINHG Evening Program will bring noted historian, Dr. Stephen Wise, to the Lake House on Thursday evening, February 13, at 7:30 pm for a presentation on a key battle for control of Charleston Harbor during the Civil War. Dr. … Continue reading

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SINHG Awards Education Grants

The Seabrook Island Natural History Group has announced six annual education grants to fund spring field trips for students at Haut Gap Middle School and Mt. Zion Elementary, for birding studies at St. John’s High School and for a gardening … Continue reading

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SINHG Goes Maritime

Two SINHG Trips this month took a deep dive (literally, in one case) into Charleston’s maritime heritage with visits to the South Carolina Aquarium and to the Wando Welch Container Terminal, the nation’s 9th largest shipping container terminal. A guided … Continue reading

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SINHG Visits the National Weather Service Facility

Nineteen SINHG members took part in a lively interactive presentation and discussion with Lead Meteorologist Blair Holloway at the National Weather Service facility in North Charleston on Friday, November 8, 2019. The morning’s comprehensive weather-related discussion focused on topics of … Continue reading

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SINHG Fall Agenda Heads Into Final Month

Late autumn SINHG Trips touched on nature, history and the natural sciences in three trips earlier this month, starting with a visit to the historic Morris Island Lighthouse and the surrounding marshes with Dr. Stephen Wise, who vividly narrated the … Continue reading

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SINHG: Explore Charleston’s Very Own Tea Party – November 14

A little known chapter in Charleston’s Revolutionary War history will be the subject of The Seabrook Island Natural History Group’s November Evening Program on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at the Lake House offered by historian and author John Young. The … Continue reading

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